Model maker Plasmo shows off another amazing build, taking on Imperator Furiosa’s epic War Rig from Mad Max: Fury Road. He used a resin-based 3D printer and a downloadable 3D model to generate its numerous parts, but bringing it all together and making it look so great is all Plasmo.
Awesome Mad Max
Runaway Pictures Inc. edited together footage from Mad Max: Fury Road with Hanna Barbera’s Wacky Races, starring the villainous Dick Dastardly and his snickering canine sidekick Muttley. Who will win this epic battle across the wasteland? And why wasn’t this music in the movie?
A while back we spotted some custom Cozy Coupes that Ian Pfaff modded into Mad Max-style rides for his little ones. Now, he’s released an amazing parody trailer starring the cars and his kids, Junior and Benji, with the help of filmmakers Aaron Ulrich and Markus Rutledge.
Over 150 vehicles were made for Mad Max: Fury Road. Many of them got wrecked in the process, but photographer John Platt was able to take beauty shots of some of the cars, trucks and motorcycles in their pristine state. More on his website and Behance page.
Comedian Paul Savage envisions what might happen if Disney/Pixar got their hands on the Mad Max franchise, by simply applying the eyes from the vehicles in Cars to the deathmobiles from George Miller’s action flick. He needs to do this with The Fast & The Furious next.
Screen Junkies struggles to find anything really bad to say about Mad Max: Fury Road, because it was just that good, instead focusing on the unusual career of director George Miller, and a few other nitpicks about one of the most entertaining movies in years.